Some of Our Favorite Spots Around Your Favorite Towns

Local Restaurants


Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara Ty Lounge

Dom Pérignon launched its national “By the Glass By The Shell” campaign this spring on La Pacifica Terrace at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara. The campaign now runs every Friday from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., as the Luna Terrace at the Ty Lounge is transformed into the Dom Pérignon Lounge. For $530 you can book this spot and receive one bottle of Dom Pérignon, two seafood combos and private seating for up to six. Or, “By The Glass By The Shell” offers a glass of Dom Pérignon accompanied by your choices of seafood, oysters, shrimp, lobster tail or seafood combo (prices vary).

1260 Channel Dr

Santa Barbara, CA 93108




A local favorite in Westlake Village, Zin Bistro Americana has earned a reputation for offering exceptional nostalgic cuisine and a synergy of cultural flavor. This fine dining establishment overlooks a beautiful lake with breathtaking sunset views. Recently remodeled, no stone was left unturned to establish an upscale and beautifully designed dining environment. Additionally, live music featuring top bands and musicians is offered Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings and the last Sunday of each month. The patio with lake views  is a perfect spot for celebrating. 

32131 Lindero Canyon Road #111

Westlake Village CA, 91361

818.865.0095 818-865-0014


Vibe Wines

Come for a wine tasting to start a date night, celebrate a bachelorette party or for a girls’ night out. At the same time, dig into the future of thoughtful, fun, flirty, romantic and sexy gifts. Vibe Wines’ award-winning wines are produced in Camarillo, California and the fruit is locally sourced. The wines, with playful names such as Captivate Me, All The Way and Sultry Seduction, are each a thoughtful gift alone or pair perfectly with other flirty gifts available. Shop online or locally at the “Vibe Wines & Passion Adult Gift Boutique” where there are more than 400 fabulous ideas to choose from.  

1869 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd

Westlake Village, CA 91362




Situated in a Nordic-modern, open-air space this Melrose restaurant’s menu is a unique take on multi-course dining, where flexibility and guest choices are of key importance. Choices include four-, six- and nine-course options with wine pairings. Enjoy halibut with ramps, sunflower, green almonds, artichoke, pistachio; white asparagus, Bloomsdale spinach; sugar snap peas, Santa Barbara spot prawn, avocado, seaweed, sabayon and more. The bar, on the other hand, is fully a la carte, so pull up a stool to enjoy equally delicious and creative menus.

6703 Melrose Ave 

Los Angeles, CA 90038


Spots in Las Vegas that are a quick car ride or JetSuiteX trip away


Mon Ami Gabi at Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Located under the Eiffel Tower in the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, this landmark restaurant is as ideal for its location as it is for its French-trained chef, Chef Vincent Pouessel. The menu at Mon Ami Gabi is, of course, French fare  and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For breakfast, the selections are vast, including three eggs benedicts, and dinner is nothing less than perfect with creamy butter and freshly baked bread served in its signature bag. The country pate is a favorite and the French onion soup is a must-try. To top it off, the wine selection is one of the best on the strip.  

3655 South Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, Nevada 89109




The name Momofuku translates to lucky peach (thus the logo), and Chef David Chang—with restaurants in New York, Sydney, Toronto, Los Angeles and Las Vegas—brings the Korean flavors to a modern fusion level. Starters include spicy cucumbers and pork belly sliders and there are salads and plates like grilled striped bass with kimchi butter or the Denver steak with charred eggplant. With noodle and rice offerings you can add an egg to the dish to create a Korean “Bim Bim Bop.” Reservations are recommended.  


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

Level 2, Boulevard Tower

3708 South Las Vegas Blvd 

Las Vegas, NV 89109 


Bacchanal Buffet

The Bacchanal Buffet–divided into nine show kitchens–has almost everything you could imagine: Latin, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, American, seafood, pizza, deli and dessert. The raw bar is loaded with shrimp, stone crab and more and the Asian fare offers steamed dumplings from China and sushi from Japan. The four pizza varieties include a black truffle pie. The carving station has beef, turkey and pork. At the dessert station, the hand-dipped gelato is divine. Long lines, but well worth the wait. 

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

3570 South Las Vegas Blvd 

Las Vegas, NV 89109



Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

Reservations at Gordon Ramsay’s newest Las Vegas restaurant are hard to come by—so plan ahead. It may be his fourth in LV, but it’s the world’s first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant and is turning up the heat at Caesars Palace. This spot is drawing inspiration from Fox’s global hit reality television show starring the world-renowned chef, guests will feel like they are on the studio set. Look for his famous beef Wellington, a shellfish tower, sticky toffee pudding and, appropriately, a Caesar salad on the menu. 

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

3570 South Las Vegas Blvd

Las Vegas, NV 89109



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